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Piquillo Jalapeno Bruschetta, by Elki

Something else caught my eye, though - a little jar of bruschetta. What was especially interesting about this jar was that the first word on there was "Piquillo," a pepper you may not hear much about unless you frequently make...
 
 
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Maya Kaimal – Spicy Ketchup

Now, the idea of a spicy ketchup isn't all that unique in itself, but usually it's done through just some black pepper addition or a touch of a typical Louisiana style sauce.  What was a bit different here was that this was in ...
 

 
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Heartbreaking Dawns Trail Preserves Live Archive

Video archive of EAT MORE HEAT! Live with guest Johnny McLaughlin of Heartbreaking Dawns. We review HBD's Fiery, Datil & Strawberry Scorpion Trail Preserves. |
 
 
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Heartbreaking Dawns Trail Preserves LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re going to rock your world! Are you ready for this? Heartbreaking Dawns makes products OTHER than hot sauce! Can you believe it? |
 

 
 
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Win a Year’s Supply of Tabanero

Want to win a year’s supply of Tabanero? You know you do! What if I told you that could happen just by buying a bottle? That’s right! It’s that easy! |
 
 
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Hair of the Dog Garlic Serrano Hot Sauce

It was then that I met the folks from Hair of the Dog, a Fulton-based manufacturer of salsas, spices, and hot sauces, among other things. Though I certainly had some options, I settled on a bottle of their Garlic Serrano hot s...
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
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High Octane Sauce Company – SAE 30 Chocolate Hot Sauce

Chocolate versions of a chile often indicate the upper heat range of that chile, and so when you first see the word "chocolate" on a bottle of hot sauce, you amp your mind up to prepare for what will likely be a thoroughly hot ...
 
 
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De La Vega’s Green Chile Ale

Based on the word of a friend who had visited, I had to dine at De La Vega's Pecan Grill and Brewery, home of pecan beer, and Green Chile Ale.
 

 
 
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Tropical Heat, by Ed’s Roadhouse

Brian reviews the Tropical Heat hot sauce from Ed's Roadhouse, makers of some of the hottest beef jerky around.
 
 
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Rocky’s Hot Sauce – Lime

Brian tackles Rocky's Lime sauce, the final product in his four-week Rocky's review roundup.